In-situ Electron Microscopy. Applications in Physics, Chemistry and Materials Science

  • ID: 2179827
  • Book
  • 402 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Adopting a didactical approach from fundamentals to actual experiments and applications, this handbook and ready reference covers

real–time observations using modern scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy, while also providing information

on the required stages and samples. The text begins with introductory material and the basics, before describing advancements and applications in dynamic transmission electron microscopy and reflection electron microscopy. Subsequently, the techniques needed to determine growth processes, chemical reactions and oxidation, irradiation effects, mechanical, magnetic, and ferroelectric properties as well as cathodoluminiscence and electromigration are discussed.
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((short))

Basics

Thermodynamics

Mechanical Properties

Magnetic Properties

Optical Properties

Electronic Properties

Ferroelectric Properties

Soft Matter

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I. Basics

Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)

Focused Ion Beam Microscopy (FIB)

Transmission Electron Microscopy (including HRTEM and STEM)

Camera Systems for Dynamic TEM Experiments

II. Thermodynamics

Growth Processes

Melting and Pre–melting

Chemical Reactions and Oxidation

Interface Kinetcs

Formation of Silicides from a–Si and metal layers

Formation of Surface Patterns observed by Reflection Electron Microscopy

III. Mechanical Properties

The FIB Platform

Mechanical Tests in the SEM

Strain Mapping by Image Correlation (SEM to HRTEM)

Dislocation Mechanisms

New Developments: In–situ Nanoindentation, AFM, and STM Experiments in the TEM

IV. Magnetic Properties

Lorentz–Microscopy

Dynamic Observations of Domains, Vortices and of Ultrafast Phenomena by TEM and PEEM

V. Optical Properties

Cathodoluminiscence in SEM and TEM

Optical Properties of Nanotubes

VI. Electronic Properties

EBIC (SEM) and Potential Contrast

Electromigration (SEM, TEM)

VII. Ferroelectric Properties

Ferroelectric Domains

VIII. Soft Matter

Experiments using Wet–cells (SEM, ESEM, biological samples and materials)

Structure Determination of Soft Matter using In–situ Techniques
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Gerhard Dehm
James M. Howe
Josef Zweck
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